Boutique Hotels in Belgium

Boutique Hotels in Belgium

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When can I find the best deals on Boutique Hotels in Belgium?

Belgium is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its historic towns and cities which offer culture and nightlife such as quaint bars, canalside strolls, top restaurants and stylish boutique hotels. The country is also a year-round destination, popular both in summer and over Christmas, when the magical festive markets transform its towns. Most cities and coastal towns are busy during the high season of July and August, so prices soar. The best time for a boutique hotel bargain is in May, June or September, when the weather is still pleasant and there are fewer crowds.

Where are the best areas for Boutique Hotels in Belgium?

Belgium's medieval cities are brimming with great bars, restaurants and contemporary boutique hotels, from luxury hideaways to sleek urban pads and fashionable, no-frills options. The cosmopolitan capital of Brussels has several boutique hotels on its winding cobbled streets and town squares, many of them close to buzzing eateries, bars, famous breweries and chocolateries. Or head to the Flemish port town of Antwerp where you'll find luxury boutique hotels in 19th-century townhouses as well as cosy boltholes. The fairytale, picturesque city of Bruges is a popular tourist destination with plenty of boutique hotels along its streets and canals.

What are Boutique Hotels like in Belgium?

Boutique hotels in Belgium range from high-end, luxury places with spas, fine dining and 5-star service to antique-filled, historic townhouses and sleek designer hotels. There's also a wide range of charming, B&B-style and informal, family-run places that offer fashionable accommodation. Boutique hotels are often situated close to the town centers, either canalside, right on the market square, or tucked away down sidestreets, within easy walking distance of museums, galleries, shopping, bars and restaurants. Most are small in size, with some offering individually styled rooms. Many also include breakfast in the rate.

How much do Boutique Hotels typically cost in Belgium?

You can splurge on a five-star boutique hotel in Brussels for about 250 to 300 EUR a night. It's also possible to find an elegant, high-end boutique establishment for 100 EUR, or opt for a modern, budget-friendly hotel in the city center for 80 EUR. In Antwerp, you'll find a stylish designer hotel for around 200 EUR per night, while a rustic boutique option costs about 70 EUR. An upmarket boutique hotel in Bruges can cost up to 350 EUR per night, while a mid-range option is about 150 EUR.

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